The Relative Motion Concept, Permitting Immediate Active Motion Following Extensor Tendon Injury and Repair

October 12, 2016

Date:  October 12, 2016

Time:  6:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM MT / 8:00 PM CT / 9:00 PM ET

Deadline to register:  October 12 at 8:00 PM ET

Presented by:  Wyndell H. Merritt, MD, FACS

Format:  45 minutes presentation, 15 minutes Q&A

This webinar will review the biomechanical principles of relative motion and its use and application to a variety of different diagnoses, including sagittal band repair, boutonniere and flexor tendons, and in concert with “wide awake surgery.”

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

1. Identify the appropriate use and design of relative motion orthoses.
2. Identify the anatomical and biomechanical rationale for application of the relative motion protocol.
3. Relate the real patient case studies to the application of the protocol.
4. Recognize the value of “wide awake surgery” to various diagnoses.

Attendees earn 1 continuing education hour/0.1 CEU for this webinar.

Registration Fee:
Members:  $35
Non-Members:  $55
Student Members:  $20
Student Non-Members:  $30